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Question 1:
What is the postcode of Tours?
12184
37000, 37100, 37200
38460
11012

Question 2: Becoming part of the Roman Empire during the first century AD, the city was named "________" ("hill of Caesar").
AmboiseToursAzay-le-RideauLoches

Question 3:
What is the lowest elevation of Tours in metres?
52
72
8
44

Question 4:
Who is the mayor of Tours?
Jean Germain
Jean-Jacques Germain
Germaine Forgeois
Germain Sol-Dourdin

Question 5: It was in Tours in 1843 that a ________ nun, Sister Marie of St Peter reported a vision which started the devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus, in reparation for the many insults Christ suffered in His Passion.
Dominican OrderDiscalced CarmelitesFranciscanCarmelites

Question 6:
What region does Tours belong to?
Yorkshire and the Humber
Centre
Ku00F6zu00E9p-Magyarorszu00E1g
West Midlands

Question 7:
What department does Tours belong to?
Vendu00E9e
Mayenne
Indre-et-Loire
Deux-Su00E8vres

Question 8: Tours has further Christian connotations in that the pivotal ________ in 732 is often considered the very first decisive victory over the invading Islamic forces, turning the tide against them.
Al-AndalusReconquistaCharles MartelBattle of Tours

Question 9:
What is the area of Tours in square km?
129.49
15.92
7.12
34.36

Question 10: Between these two centres remained ________, vineyards and fields, little occupied except for the Abbaye Saint-Julien established on the banks of the Loire.
ParisVictory TillyRomeVarenne







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